String Cheese Incident Live at Horning's Hideout on 2000-07-15
Set 1: San Jose, Lost > Jam > Mtn. Girls, Cottonmouth, MLT, Little Hands > Jam > Birdland
Set 2: Round the Wheel > Jam > Rivertrance, Tom Thumb's Blues, Let It Go, On the Road, Best Feeling* > Round the Wheel
Set 3: Lester Poem > Faerie Ring Ritual** > Miscellaneous Jams**, Let's All Be Faries***, Jam with Dr. Didg > Rave Jams# > Whiskey Before Breakfast
Collection StringCheeseIncidentBand/Artist String Cheese IncidentVenue Horning's HideoutLocation North Plains, ORSource SBD
Source and conversion info is unknown, but it must be SBD. All DAUD tapers were asked to leave following the second set to make room for the rituals involved in the 3rd set. For this reason the only copies showing the 3rd set are SBD.
* with Keller Williams.
** ritual with numerous narrations, poems, etc. SCI (without Keith) played in the background. Guests included Tye North on bass, Jamie Janover and Jarrod Kaplan on percussion, members of Dr. Didg, Jenny Conlee on keyboards, and Damien Aikin on saxophone.
*** with Baby Gramps and above guests, without saxophone player.
# with Harry the Deejay and Jamie Janover. Remaining band members left stage until a Texas rave broke out. Nershi, Tye North, Travis, and Jarrod Kaplan returned to the stage to tease Texas and Round the Wheel and continued with an extended jam before moving into Whiskey Before Breakfast. Kang returned after Whiskey had been jammed for a little bit.
August 4, 2012
Skip the "Ritual" tracks, but the rest smokes
There is something insane happening during 25 Texas Jam > Round the Wheel Jam at about 4 minutes in. I was at the show and it sure seemed like DJ Harry was somehow recording the live music and then spinning it back to the crowd. The band stopped playing and he somehow took over. Then they'd switch and then switch back again. Listening to this again now, I still am not sure how they did that. Regardless, it's a pretty cool effect!
March 29, 2007
"Thinkin' of you while I'm eatin' tofu"
April 24, 2006
This show is killer. Over 5 hours of music. Some real dance party jams at the end of the show.
I think this is the tracking of the last two discs.
1. Ritual Narration Jam >
2. Time Portal Jam >
4. Let's All Be Fairies
1. Dr. Didg Jam >
2. Jam >
3. Jam >
4. Jam >
5. Texas Jam > Round the Wheel Jam >
6. Jam >
7. Whiskey Before Breakfast
November 25, 2005
i would love it if the boys played lets all be faries still, i mean come on
February 17, 2005
Summer of 2000
This festival was fantastic. It changed my life. I hitchhiked the country after this. If Jose, Mike, and Mary [from Spokane] are out there: email ol' HILL at email@example.com
January 8, 2005
no magic number?
when i try to change the files from SHN to WAV using MKW audio compression tool it gives me an error that says "no magic number" it also will not let me play in in shnamp. im bummed because the setlist looks amazing and sbd quality...damn. does anyone know the problem, or has anyone else had this problem?
February 4, 2003
Great - Up to a Point
This second show of the three-day "Full Moon Dream Dance" weekend at Horning's is an extra-long affair, but only the first two sets (discs 1-3) bear much resemblance to a "normal" Incident. These are well played and full of typically great jams, building up to a climax with On the Road and Best Feeling (with Keller) > Round the Wheel. The third "ritual" set (discs 4-5) is hard to categorize, as the "setlist" indicates - lots of guests, off-hand jamming and narration, general weirdness that really isn't String Cheese Incident at all (for example, bassist Keith Moseley sits out the entire set, replaced by Tye North of Leftover Salmon). I'm guessing that most listeners will have the first two sets in their CD changers pretty often, leaving the ritual set to sit quietly on the shelf.